Dry In Bluegrass, Spotty Storm, Southeast

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Updated: 6/12/2012 1:31 pm
A cold front has silently crossed central Kentucky without any showers or thunderstorms.  However, as it continues to drift across southeastern Kentucky, isolated to scattered thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon in the mountains and coalfields.  The farther southeast you are, the higher your chances will be of seeing a brief thunderstorm or two.  Highs will be near 82° under partly sunny skies.  Behind the front, we'll turn cooler tonight with lows around 56°, and patchy fog will return to areas that receive any daytime rainfall.  High pressure will provide bright, dry weather across the entire area on Wednesday with highs in the upper 70s.  Thursday and Friday will be warm and bright, with only an isolated thunderstorm over the mountains of far southeastern Kentucky.  Highs will remain in the 80s from Saturday into next week, with isolated thunderstorms possible each afternoon.
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